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 Fourteen-year-old Joshua Jermaine Davis had lived in New Orleans ever since he was born, and then in 2005, he and his family became victims of Hurricane Katrina—one of the most destructive hurricanes ever to sweep through southeast Louisiana. Josh tells in detail about that morning’s horrific events, how he was separated from his family and evacuated to a safe, temporary location, the kindness of volunteers and police officers, his first experiences in air travel, and, finally, attending a new school in a different state.

You will sense his loneliness and despair as well as his excitement when he learns that he will be reunited with his own, albeit dysfunctional, family. Joshua’s story is sure to touch your heart and make you more aware of what the survivors of this deadly hurricane had to deal with at that time and during its aftermath.

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